The Boarding House routine is flexible, fitting the needs of the children staying overnight, but below is a general overview of the morning and evening routines.
The children finish school and complete prep work.
Supper is served in our Dining Room, including main meals, salads, hot and cold desserts and fresh fruit.
Evening activities begin. The range of activities for boarders is diverse, and aims to inspire and equip the children with a wide range of life skills, through a series of activities run by members of staff and visiting adults. They range from unusual and interesting games to learning practical skills that can be used again and again. These include Spotlight, Scottish dancing, archery, cooking, craft making, card games, to name but a few. All our boarders enjoy additional activities each night, and we make sure everyone is provided with continued care and encouragement in the Boarding House.